There are a lot of rumours about the transfer market during the summer and, from time to time, it’s interesting to have a look at the odds. Some bookmakers like Betfair open markets with the transfer market, so you can place your bet and earn money if a player moves to another club or if he stays.
Having a look at the odds, we can know the possibility of a player leaving the club. Despite Cristiano Ronaldo was angry after the accusations of fraud, the bookmakers don’t think that the Portuguese will leave the club. You can bet he stays at Real Madrid with 1/6 odds. If he moves to Manchester United, the odds are 3/1 and PSG 8/1. Other clubs have less possibilities to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Betfair. Manchester City have 25/1 odds, Bayern Munich or Chelsea (33/1).
According to the bookmakers, it’s also very unlikely that Gareth Bale will leave Spain. If he stays, you can get 1/9 odds. Manchester United are again favourites to sign him with 5/1 and Manchester City have 16/1. They even included FC Barcelona among the favourites with 25/1 odds, the same as Chelsea.
It’s much more likely that James Rodríguez could leave the Spanish capital. In this case, Manchester United are favourites to sign him with 10/11 odds, beating PSG with 4/1. Milan or Inter Milan are also interested in the Colombian playmaker and the odds are 8/1. Finally, even Chelsea could get him with 3/1. The odds for him to stay in the club are 6/1.
The other Real Madrid player who could leave the club is Álvaro Morata. José Mourinho even called him to convince him to go to Old Trafford, so Manchester United are the favourites to get him (1/4 ). If he stays in Madrid, the odds are 7/2. Chelsea (6/1) or AC Milan (20/1) are the other favourites.
Talking about the signings, Real Madrid main target for the summer is Kylian Mbappé. According to Betfair, Los Blancos are ahead of their rivals to bring him to Spain. Real Madrid are favourites to sign him with 5/4 odds. The odds are the same if he stays at Mónaco. Arsenal (4/1) or Manchester City (10/1) are also in the race to sign him.